Juventus goalkeeper Marco Storari is preparing for a stellar season and is confident his team can turn the tables on the opposition.
The goalkeeper joined from Milan primarily as back-up for Juve No.1 Gianluigi Buffon, who will be out until January recovering from a back injury.
But the outlook is good for Storari, who has promised fans to expect a different campaign compared to the last one, which turned many Tifosi away from the stadium.
"Juventus will stupefy this term. Some have criticised the choices of the club, but I am sure this team can follow in the footsteps of the past [successful] teams," he told Il Corriere dello Sport.
"Coming to Juventus is like a prize for me. This represents the tradition of the club. There is humility and the will to fight."
Juventus welcome another of Storari's former teams, Sampdoria, on Sunday.